"...Fed up of back-biting, skulduggery and unscrupulous behaviour? Then this is the book for you." (Office Secretary Magazine, October 2005)
"...you might want to invest in a new book - 21 Dirty Tricks at Work..."(Liverpool Daily Post, 13th October 2005)
"...plenty of substance..." (Reading Chronicle, 20th October 2005)
"...a book of hope. It exposes the classic manoeuvres and gives practical advice..." (Credit Control, Vol 26(6) 2005)
"...new middle management recruits should read one trick before retiring each night; that way they'll get wise to every trick in the book within a month..." (Professional Manager, Jan 06)
21 Dirty Tricks at Work provides you with all the information you need to spot negative tactics and self-interested strategies. It also shows you how to spot the games frequently being played and how to come out with your credibility intact and your sanity preserved.
So, if you are fed-up of constant back-biting, skulduggery and unscrupulous behaviour of your colleagues and workmates, join hands with the authors for the no-nonsense antidote for everyday politicking. It’s time to get Machiavelli on the run..!
Great read! Has really opened my eyes to the realities of office politics today. Should be a must read for every college graduate.Published 4 months ago by AC
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Overall, I thought this book was worth the time to read / study. I understand the background story is intended to drive significant points home as the story unfolds. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Vince
It looks like a short read but it is not, great information on how to overcome work politics. I should have read it a long time ago,Published 17 months ago by Kim CMS
Must read! Worth the investment. Fortunately or unfortunately was able to identify at least 6-8 dirty tricks played on myself as well as on co-workers and managers. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Meka
Have not finished the book as yet but so far, it gave insight into things I already know and have been coping with, sometimes not to well. Read morePublished on April 26, 2011 by Squidtto